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<Insert Picture Here>Oracle Business Process Management 11g: Using BPM ComposerLukasz RomaszewskiIMC Migration Consultant ...
Agenda•   Introduction to Oracle BPM Suite 11g             <Insert Picture Here>•   From idea to implementation - sample u...
Business Agility requires Business Engagement  Gather              Business                      Analyst  Requirements  (M...
Oracle BPM Architecture BPM Layered on top of SCA                                                                         ...
BPM 11gR1 architecture       BPM Layers on top of SOA Suite                                                     MS Visio  ...
BPM use cases                7
Full Lifecycle SupportFrom idea to implementation                     Business Analysts          Developers – Populate    ...
Starting from BPM Studio                           9
Starting from BPM Composer                             10
Editing the Model                    11
<Insert Picture Here>BPM Composer                                 12
BPM Composer – main screen                             13
BPMN 2.0 Modeler                   Simple Drag and Drop                     Process Modeling                              ...
Finishing the implementation...                                  15
Sample process to implement – Vacation Request                                                 16
<Insert Picture Here>BPM Composer - live demo                                             17
Comprehensive Approach to BPM SuccessPeople, Methodology & Technology                                          Successful ...
Summary                                                                   <Insert Picture Here>• Business engagement is cr...
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Partner Webcast - Oracle BPM 11g - Using BPM Composer - 9 Aug 2012

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Oracle Business Process Management, a member of the Oracle Business Process Management Suite, is a complete set of tools for creating, executing, and optimizing business processes. The suite enables unparalleled collaboration between business and IT to automate and optimize business processes

In this webinar we will present how to model, share and implement a complete business process using a lightweight web application called BPM Composer – a part of the Oracle BPM Suite 11g which has been greatly enhanced in the recent patchset.

Join this session to get insight into the modern BPM tools for business users powered by the most comprehensive SOA technology on the market. Learn how you can provide your customers with ability to create, change and implement their business processes with only minimum involvement from the IT.

More at https://blogs.oracle.com/imc/entry/partner_webcast_oracle_business_process

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Partner Webcast - Oracle BPM 11g - Using BPM Composer - 9 Aug 2012

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  2. 2. <Insert Picture Here>Oracle Business Process Management 11g: Using BPM ComposerLukasz RomaszewskiIMC Migration Consultant | Oracle
  3. 3. Agenda• Introduction to Oracle BPM Suite 11g <Insert Picture Here>• From idea to implementation - sample use cases• How to use BPM Composer – live demo• Summary• Q&A 3
  4. 4. Business Agility requires Business Engagement Gather Business Analyst Requirements (Model) Business Iterate Agility Define Process Implement, Developer Develop Tooling needs to be “Business Friendly” 4
  5. 5. Oracle BPM Architecture BPM Layered on top of SCA BPM • Process orchestration • Process analytics Business Human SCA BPMN BPEL Mediator Rules Workflow • Freedom to use the right model-type Infrastructure for Plugging-in Service Engines • Integration, services, Common JCA-based connectivity infrastructure Policy EnforcementOptimized and events binding Service and Events Bus infrastructure • Unified administration and policy management 5
  6. 6. BPM 11gR1 architecture BPM Layers on top of SOA Suite MS Visio Shared BPMN Model Web based customizationBPA Rich End User Interaction Workspace Process Portal MS Office BPMN 2.0, (WC spaces) BPM Studio BPEL Process Composer (Business & IT views) BPEL BPMN Human Business Workflow Mediator Process Core RulesB2B Unified Runtime Repository Process Common JCA-based connectivity infrastructure Policy Manager OptimizedBAM Analytics binding Proc Cubes Oracle Service Bus EM console +BPMN Screens New BPM Features 6
  7. 7. BPM use cases 7
  8. 8. Full Lifecycle SupportFrom idea to implementation Business Analysts Developers – Populate – Model business catalog and Enterprise Processes implement details Architects – Define Business Architecture LOB Owners – Collaborate with Business Analysts and tailor-to-fit processes Team - Measure, analyze, improve, Business Users govern – Collaborate and Innovate IT Operations – Manage and Monitor 8
  9. 9. Starting from BPM Studio 9
  10. 10. Starting from BPM Composer 10
  11. 11. Editing the Model 11
  12. 12. <Insert Picture Here>BPM Composer 12
  13. 13. BPM Composer – main screen 13
  14. 14. BPMN 2.0 Modeler Simple Drag and Drop Process Modeling 14
  15. 15. Finishing the implementation... 15
  16. 16. Sample process to implement – Vacation Request 16
  17. 17. <Insert Picture Here>BPM Composer - live demo 17
  18. 18. Comprehensive Approach to BPM SuccessPeople, Methodology & Technology Successful BPM Analysis & modeling tools, Corporate Competency development/evolution Scalable compute H/W Culture Tools Methodology Consistent approach to process engineering Planning Process & and management Roadmap to guide adoption 18
  19. 19. Summary <Insert Picture Here>• Business engagement is critical for BPM success• Multiple business personas with varying needs• BPM 11g features broad support for different business personas and their needs• BPM Composer plays a key role in empowering business users to better engage in building the business processes 19
  20. 20. Q&A 20
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